This documentation lists some common issues that can affect calendar syncs and along with steps to resolve them. We will update this documentation as new issues arise that need troubleshooting.
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Sync is Not Active!
When things on your TimeTap calendar and external calendar don’t seem to be lining up quite as expected, the first step is to test the connection on that calendar sync. When testing the connection of a synced calendar account, the status may read “Not Active”. When the connection isn’t showing as active, that means TimeTap cannot communicate with your external calendar to add new appointments or make changes to existing events on that calendar.
One thing that can cause a calendar sync to Calendar syncs can become “Not Active” is when there are changes to the credentials on the side of the external calendar, like after resetting your password. Typically our 3rd-party calendar sync provider (Cronofy) will send a relink email after the system recognizes that the calendar has lost its connection so that you can enter the new credentials and reconnect your accountneeding to reset your password.
Another instance that can cause a calendar account to become “Not Active” is when the same email is used to link that calendar on two separate TimeTap accounts, and then that calendar sync is disconnected from one of those accounts using the “Stop Sync” button. This completely revokes the permissions that allow TimeTap to communicate with the calendar associated with that email address, and as a result disconnects any other instances where that calendar account is synced in TimeTap.
If your calendar sync is showing as “not active” and you haven’t received a relink email“Not Active”, then you can send a message to our support team (email@example.com) with your name and the email address of that “Not “Not Active” calendar sync so that we can have that link a relink email reissued to you by our third-party calendar sync provider (Cronofy). These relink emails are sent from firstname.lastname@example.org, so be sure to add that email address to your list of trusted contacts to make sure those relink emails don’t accidentally get lost in your spam/junk folder. After those new credentials are entered, the connection to that calendar should show as “Active” again and TimeTap should be able to communicate with your external calendar once more. And because you’ve added the email@example.com email to your trusted list of contacts, all future relink emails will make it to your inbox in the case that your calendar does get disconnect again.